At Associa, we don’t just follow industry trends. We help set them. That’s why we’re committed to active involvement in the most important trade organizations for community management, with highly accredited professionals who serve in leadership positions and publish the latest research. We also affect where our clients and industry are headed through the Associa PAC (Political Action Committee), an organization designed to represent our clients’ interests at all levels of government and to assure reasonable regulations and legislation.
Associa leads the march into the future for community association management through participation in industry trade organizations and professional certifications.
Additionally, Associa personnel include nationally published authors who have been selected to help write the courses that teach other industry managers through CAI's Professional Management Development Program. Associa personnel have also served on CAI's national teaching staff, and have been awarded national distinctions such as "Outstanding Educator of the Year" and "Excellence in Education."
We strive to make a measurable difference by lobbying for the issues that we feel strongly influence new laws and regulations.
The PAC educates our community managers about the legislative affairs, public policy and political concerns of this dynamic industry. It also gives us a unified voice with which to impact key decisions that are made at both the state and federal levels.
The government relations department is just a part of the continued service that our clients expect and receive. As the industry leader, we are our client’s advocate and their fortified voice to the government, the association residents and the public-at-large.
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